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Hey Bunny Ladies
Just wanted to update on how things are going at my house since I seperated Flopsy and Carmel.
Carmel has his NIC cage in the kitchen, and has full run of the upstairs. He is soo anal compared to Flopsy as to where he goes pee and poo. If a move his litter box into a different corner he will not use it but use the corner that the litter box is usually in. I know this is common of rabbits, but never actually witnessed it before. He seems happy social bunny as usual.
Flopsy has been relocated downstairs into my son's bedroom. I found my lab's old dog crate in the shed and set it up for her. I even added a little shelf for her to sit on. She doing very well, healing up nicely. There is practically no marks on her ears from the previous bites. She seems quite content as well, but gets a bit too curious in the evening and has climbed the stairs to the landing. I've started putting a babygate up for fear she'll venture into Carmel's territory.
So I'm guessing it's been about 3 weeks now since the "WE Hate Each Other" fight. Not sure if I will ever try bonding them again or not. What are everyone else's thoughts?
How can I tell if they are lacking companionship? Flopsy has been grooming my Lab. Is that strange??
Shopping cart rides??? Are you joking?!!! LOL I work at walmart that would totally be hilarious if I showed up with my buns to take them for a ride. They would probably send me for a psych check!!!